When Vanessa Hudgens 's nude photos were stolen and made public without her consent, it was , the star had just turned 18, and her career was skyrocketing thanks to her success in High School Musical. At the time, Vanessa apologized for the leak even though it certainly wasn't her fault. Now, with more than a decade to reflect, Vanessa talked about the leak with a different tone, recognizing it for what it was: a gross invasion of her privacy. Vanessa brought up an important line that so often gets crossed: Just because someone is in the public eye doesn't mean they owe it to fans to divulge everything about themselves, and they certainly don't owe it to anyone to reveal their bodies in ways they don't want to. Regardless of celebrity, each person can choose how, when, and to whom they want to show their body.
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Vanessa Hudgens has spoken out about her nude photo leak
Racy photos resembling the stars were posted on Saturday morning. They were immediately removed by Reddit and the image-sharing site 4chan as part of its new copyright infringement policy. Additionally, early Sunday morning, nude photos were also reportedly leaked of Rihanna. Amber Heard also apparently became a victim of the leaks on Sunday. This comes less than one month after revealing images of a crop of other A-listers, including Lawrence, Kate Upton and Kirsten Dunst, were stolen from their personal Apple accounts and posted online. As many as stars were targeted in the massive celebrity nude photo leak.
Vanessa Hudgens opens up about 'traumatizing' 2007 private photo leak
The image of the former Disney star appeared on the internet in and at the time she admitted she regretted ever having had it taken. Read more: Vanessa Hudgens shows off insane abs. View this post on Instagram.
Not registered? Register here. At the time of the photo leak, Hudgens was bizarrely made to apologize for taking the photos, receiving more backlash than sympathy over having her privacy violated. Why would you say that?